Tuesday, July 14, 2009


I've been experimenting with some cool photo-manipulation sites like TiltShiftMaker and Holganizer.

This one I did on Holganizer, I took it in Chinatown in San Francisco.



These two I did on TiltShiftMaker. The first is the Bixby Canyon Bridge near Carmel, CA and the second is a marina in Monterey Bay, CA. They're supposed to look miniature, using blurring and focus techniques on the site, but I'm not completely convinced with what I did :) I like these ones from the TiltShiftMaker flickr group better (these are not taken by me).

P.S. I found this photo on The Sartorialist yesterday. Wow...this is the epitome of a great summer look. The red lips, torn jeans and quirky necklace are perfect. Usually I'm not too fond of fedoras (I'm pretty sure that's what this one looks like...) but it really completes this look for me.

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The Sartorialist


  1. wow that is such a cool effect

    i loved that sart photo as well, her lips and hat are amazing

  2. That flower necklace is quite cool.

  3. I love the Holganizer! So cool.

    That bib necklace is so pretty.

  4. These are great! I especially like your TiltShift of the marina. I've been meaning to try those sites out for a while now. I'll get around to it sometime, I suppose ;)

    I oohed and aahed at this photo from The Sartorialist, as well. That necklace. Wow.

    P.S. There's an award waiting for you on my blog :)

  5. ohh experimenting is always fun and these turned out terrific! Thats pretty cool how it makes everything look mini... And you happened to read my mind with that pic from the Sartorialist, i saved it on my computer for inspiration once i saw it!